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Help!!!!! This is a line right?!!

(9 Posts)
bummymummy77 Mon 06-Mar-17 15:54:23

But it's an lh test. Which is how I found out I was pregnant with ds.

I did m last pregnancy test this morning but had just had two cups of tea and a cup of coffee so pee was super diluted. (Idiot!!) there was possibly a hint of a line when I held it up to the Sun hmmso I did an lh one.

I'm 13dpo there can't possibly be any lh left hanging around so this looks hopeful right?!!!!!! Frantically googling if you can get even faint amounts of lh this far PST ovulation and finding nothing.

I can't get a pregnancy test until Weds. Going out of my mind!!!!

Sazwest Mon 06-Mar-17 15:59:02

Is say that a positive lovely smilesmilesmile congratulations xx

NaturWilde Mon 06-Mar-17 16:01:26

That's an OPK? Then the test line had to be much darker for use as a positive HPT. Also, I don't think they're very reliable for that reason.

Get a new HPT and test with FMU, and fingers x for you!

bummymummy77 Mon 06-Mar-17 16:09:21

Fuck!!!!! Actually sil has a spare test so can test again later but going to wait for pee to be super concentrated!

user1471496670 Mon 06-Mar-17 16:56:34

I always have a faint second line on Ovulation sticks no matter what day of the month, it's very common as you can have LH all through your cycle. It's the surge that signifies ovulation not the presence.

Hotpinkangel19 Mon 06-Mar-17 18:38:11

This is normal for me everyday, I never have one lighter than that. Sorry x

bummymummy77 Mon 06-Mar-17 19:05:56

Thanks for your replies. Tested with hcg again and nothing there.sad

KP86 Mon 06-Mar-17 19:09:04

Oh bummy, sad for you!

bummymummy77 Mon 06-Mar-17 21:15:52

Thanks KP. You too. Shit isn't it? sad

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